Do Italians believe in Buddha?
Yes and no. Those Italians who hold other or no beliefs don't believe in Buddha. Those Italians who respect Buddhism as a religion believe in Buddha.
To start with Buddhists believe in the Four Noble Truths . All life is suffering (Dukkha): All aspect of life are essentially unsatisfactory and cause some degree of suffe…ring and pain. Now this ... is the noble truth of suffering: birth is suffering, aging is suffering, illness is suffering, death is suffering; union with what is displeasing is suffering; separation from what is pleasing is suffering; not to get what one wants is suffering; . Suffering has its origin in desire. This includes craving, seeking delight here and there, craving for sensual pleasures, craving for existence, craving for extermination. . There is an end to suffering by extinguishing desire. . This cessation of suffering can be achieved by the Noble Eightfold Path; that is, right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration. The Noble Eightfold Path has its elements divided into three basic categories as follows: . Wisdom . 1. Right view 2. Right intention . Ethical conduct . 3. Right speech 4. Right action 5. Right livelihood . Mental discipline . 6. Right effort 7. Right mindfulness 8. Right concentration . Buddha believes that if he is bad and when he dies he goes to hell in my case but he actually believes that he is reborn as a worm
some Filipinos do believe that and some are Muslims too! but mostl Filipinos are christians Filipino buddhists do believe in Buddha of course. There are Buddhist Temple…s here Some buy images of Buddha and display it in their houses although they are not buddhists. They think that it is good luck and Filipinos are also influenced by the Chinese culture. There is even a place in Manila called China Town because many Chinese businessmen established their businesses there and you can buy many Buddha images there of different colors and sizes.
He had a belief in life after death,karma,dharma,energy,harmony and finding happiness within the soul. Answer: The Buddha's beliefs are summarized in the Four Noble Truths…: . All life is suffering . All suffering is caused by desire . There is and end to suffering . The end of suffering is the end of desire as stated in the Eightfold Path
He believed that: . All life contains suffering or unsatisfactoriness . That this undesirable condition is called by desire . That there is an escape form desire and suffe…ring . That this route is contained in the Eightfold Path . These points are called the Four Noble Truths
attachment to the things of this world
Buddha believed: . All life contains suffering . All suffering is caused by desire . There is a way to escape suffering by eliminating desire . The Eightfold Path is the …way . Buddha believed it is in every person to achieve the goal of enlightenment following these four noble truths. No deity is required to achieve this. So Buddha believed in every person. He did not believe in a god(s)
I'm pretty sure the story of the Buddha indicates that he didn't believe in any religion but was seeking a way out of suffering. His realizations from that search then turned …into what is Buddhism. Answer: In all probability Buddha was a Hindu to start with (before his enlightenment). He realized that aspects of Hinduism were not correct such as the caste system and he reached his own conclusions on the route to enlightenment. So is safe to assume that, at that point, he no longer was a Hindu.
Yes, I do believe in Buddha, because Buddha Ji was born in my Country Nepal. It is very easy to believe in actual historic figures like Buddha, Richard the Lion Heart, Mao Z…edong, and Alexander the Great as they have a wealth of contemporary information as proof of their existence.
desire and craving
The Buddha believed that each person should find their own truth, a truth that brings themselves closer to oneness with everything, that allows them to accept the world around… them for what it is.
Christians have no constraint on believing in historical figures. Buddha is a historic figure. Christians can believe in him. As far as Christians believing Buddhist doctrin…e, they can accept the Eightfold Path as a guide to moral conduct but might not be able to accept the metaphysical aspects such as there being no input by god(s) into human existence, the non-divinity of Jesus (a basic Christian belief), the absence of heaven and hell, the lack of salvation and others facets of Christianity.
The texts tell us that the Buddha discovered that our own; thoughts words and deeds are the primary cause of our own suffering. Suffering generally is the result of 'ignorance…' of the laws of cause and effect. Suffering is the result of our attachment and aversion to composite phenomena, things that do not last.
because that's mainly what she does and now it is kind of a routine of hers so she believes in it
Buddha is considered an incarnation of God by the Hindu scriptures. Buddhism is for the benefit of the atheists. Buddhism is an atheist religion, but they follow Buddha's athe…istic teachings.